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1,420 views • July 8, 2022

English Roundhand Reversed

Reversed English Roundhand Alphabet. What do you think about this alphabet? Getting back to the writing and accustomed to where the jig is for filming. Seems so long ago since I did this. Pay attention to the tool hold in line one and line two. They are different. Tool Hold One - looks at reversing where the shades usually sit for English Roundhand. It takes a considerable about of mind bending to keep writing what you know, tool in a different position, pressing in an opposite place and keeping the integrity of the letters. Tool Hold Two - the hold you are accustomed with, well should be accustomed with, but writing the letter from what is traditionally the end point. This I find even more difficult to keep the integrity of the letters. The X at the end did my head in a bit so redid it after the Z Printed my PAScribe 55 grid at 50% on Conqueror Paper so I could write directly on it @pascribe #pascribe #pascriber #calligraphy #italic #ligatures #flourishing #copperplate #englishroundhand #ligatures #pointedpen #writing #handwriting #handwritten #formal #traditional #lecture #workshop #learning #caligrafia #portugalcaligrafia #hunt101 #pascribepenstaff #pascribe55grid #highwhitewove #4001ink #black
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